GO Transit is celebrating 50 years of its iconic green buses serving Ontarians.
The Region of Peel (Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon) is known for a lot of things, but not everyone realizes how interesting and rich its history really is. 
It’s hard to believe the GO bus has been around for so long, but on Sept. 8, GO Transit officially commemorated 50 years of GO bus service in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
Over the years of running insauga, people have told me many things about Mississauga because they assume that I am interested in everything Mississauga.
Almost every historic community had at least one "general store". It was a place to purchase "general" goods, groceries and supplies, often also serving as the local post office.
While this school year will look very different for students of all ages, it'll be especially hard for college and university students who were excited about learning, socializing and, yes, partyin
For years now, it has seemed like the days of the old school movie theatre are long over.
Here are some photos of Hazel McCallions at the official opening of the Mississauga City Hall in 1987 with the The Duke and Duchess of York to singing with The Nylons and more. All photo’s are courtesy of PAMA. (Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives)
The Lakeview Generating Station was opened by Premier John Robarts on June 20, 1962.
In 1968, the Town of Mississauga was created. Its first mayor was Robert Speck.